330180-90-05 Relay Interface Module


Technical Parameters:

  • User defined tag-based programming for descriptive I/O naming
  • Simple-to-use instructions and Easy math to eliminate complex ladder logic rungs
  • Application tools for quick access to setup, programming, debugging and PAC control
  • Task Manager for quick and easy prioritization of Ladder Logic code
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330180-90-05 Relay Interface Module

330180-90-05 enables custom filtering, frequency domain analysis, and data reduction in data acquisition systems using R-Series hardware.The NI PXI-7853R features the Xilinx Virtex-5 LX85 FPGA, which increases on-board processing power by more than 80% of the logic resources compared to a 3-million-gate FPGA. Features such as DIN rail mounting, coil and contact lead isolation, and voltage backlash protection allow for easy assembly and peace of mind for end users. The new IMRL Relay Interface Module is available in 1, 2 and 4 pole versions, each with a maximum load of 10 amps.


The 330180-90-05 dramatically increases resource utilisation and features digital signal processing (DSP) slicing, enabling users to implement more complex DSPs at a faster rate. the PXI-7853R and PXI-7854R feature eight analogue inputs with independent sampling rates of up to 750 kHz, and eight analogue outputs with independent update rates of up to 1 MHz. both devices also offer 96 digital lines that can be configured as inputs, outputs, counters, or custom logic at rates up to 40 MHz.

The 330180-90-05 module also allows ThinManager users to use the touch screen on each display if desired. A single ThinManager Ready Thin Client can host up to five monitors, each with a different resolution and each displaying a different Terminal Server session. The module joins ACP’s Shared Keyboard/Mouse module allowing users to connect multiple thin clients together and save desktop space with a single keyboard and mouse. With the Shared Keyboard module, users simply “slide” the mouse from the edge of one monitor to another.